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Bonding After Teeth Shift?
My problem (the reason why I needed braces) is that my teeth were spaced out (with obvious gaps) Now my teeth are straight, but a retainer is such a pain and I worry I might lose it and my teeth will shift back.. Can I technically have my teeth shift back (to its original gappiness) and then get them bonded for a hassle-free result? Or is it more complicated than that?
Teeth shift back when stop wearing a retainer
Bonding to close a space can work, BUT
Bonding to close gaps
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Shifting teeth and bonding or veneers
You can also have a fixed retainer
Movement of the teeth after the orthodontic treatment
Closing spaces with veneers works well
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